Writer's block is something every artist has been hit with at some stage whether it's music, production, art or writing. No matter how hard you try, the ideas just don't seem to flow when you want them to.
"You need to find your own sound!" Yeah thanks captain obvious, we know. How do we find our own sound? How do we create music that stands out from everybody else's? I've got a few tips that might help.
Youtube has been around for a minute, and we all know how to use it - but are you getting the most out of its features? I wanted to share a very basic tip that will make a big difference to your productivity and your ability to consume the most valuable (and relevant) content on the platform.
Modern society has a strange fascination with calling out anyone who 'takes an L'. Especially online. The stigma attached to taking a loss is toxic and is holding everyone back from taking chances and putting themselves out there out of fear of being ridiculed.
When is a song finished? At what point does a project stop being an unpolished 'WIP' and become an actual song? How much time do we waste on the final stages, pulling our hair out and not actually improving anything?